Ozzy Era Sabbath - Looking for a recommendation

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  1. sct13

    sct13 Active Member Gold Supporting Member

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    No… that’s Dio
     
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    That’s about the time I had stopped listening to music and was raising my young family.
    Thanks for the reply buddy.
     
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    Thanks Paul
     
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  5. PaulHikeS2

    PaulHikeS2 Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Appreciate all of the input. This just arrived today and it is fantastic as expected:
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    Any kind of 70s rock on vinyl cranked very loud sounds 10x better than anything on youtube through headphones. This kind of lo-fi makes it even better. I have an Acoustic 330 bass amp with 2x15 JBL speakers that I can connect to my turntable, thats madness. I have the original Paranoid album
     
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    Excellent choice, and on Vinyl as well :thumb:
    I agree, the Sound of real Vinyl is simply not comparable to anything else (And that's coming from someone born in '94)
    But Thankfully my father raised me on his old LPs- Tony Iommi , Angus Young and Mr. Blackmore are my earliest Influences.
     
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    Sabbra Cadabra was a revelation to me. Black Sabbath with keyboard of Rick Wakeman.
     
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